Dry tonight with clear spells - just isolated light showers. Winds will ease, backing westerly, and it will turn cool. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees Celsius.
Thursday will start generally dry with some sunshine. Whilst there will be a lot of dry weather for the remainder of the day, cloud will increase with some scattered outbreaks of rain moving in from the west during the afternoon. Relatively cool, with highest temperatures ranging 14 to 17 degrees Celsius, in light to moderate westerly breezes (best values for the south of Leinster).
3 Day Outlook
OUTLOOK: Changeable for the foreseeable future, relatively cool for high summer.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Many areas holding dry under broken cloud. However cloud will spill into Atlantic counties with patchy drizzle here towards morning, turning persistent in coastal areas. Lowest temperatures 7 to 10 degrees Celsius, with light to moderate southwest breezes.
FRIDAY: A cloudy, breezy start to the day with outbreaks of rain and drizzle across Atlantic counties, gradually becoming more widespread. The rain will turn heavy for a time in the west during the afternoon, with rain turning heavier in the east later in the afternoon and evening. A possible clearance with some sunshine in the west and northwest by evening. Cool for the time of year, with highest temperatures of just 13 to 15 or 16 degrees Celsius, and moderate to fresh southwest winds.
SATURDAY:A few showers for Ulster and west Connacht, some of which may turn heavy. Generally dry elsewhere with sunny spells and light westerly winds. However a couple of showers may make their way across the midlands and into the Greater Dublin Region later in the afternoon. Pleasant in sunshine with light winds; highest temperatures ranging 13 to 18 degrees Celsius, best values for the south of Leinster and the east of Munster, where it should hold fully dry.
SUNDAY: A dull, wet day with widespread rain, persistent and heavy at times. Rather windy too, especially later. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees, coolest over Ulster. Southeast winds will gradually increase fresh to strong and gusty.
MONDAY: Damp to begin with patchy outbreaks of rain. Though it will become quite breezy, it should pick up as of late morning. Dry for much of the afternoon with bright or sunny spells, warm even where sunshine breaks through. Highest temperatures 16 to 19 degrees Celsius, with best values over Ulster, west Connacht and north Leinster. Showers will move into the south of Munster at times though, with rain arriving into west and southwest counties towards evening.